UNDATED (October 29, 2012)--While most of the eastern U.S. was being pelted with rain Monday, some areas were expecting blizzard conditions as the developing superstorm blows across the region.
More than a dozen counties in West Virginia were under blizzard warnings as high winds and heavy, wet snow moved through the state. Up to 3 feet of snow may fall in the mountains.
In mountainous western Maryland, there's a blizzard warning for sections of Garrett County beginning Monday night.
The storm is expected to bring snow to far southeastern Kentucky.
A winter storm warning was in effect in Harlan, Letcher and Pike counties through Wednesday morning.
Forecasters said snow could accumulate from 4 to 10 inches in high elevations and 1 to 3 inches in lower elevations.
Snow is expected in the higher elevations of Tennessee and in some areas of Ohio.